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Responsivator

A website tool to test responsive website on many different device sizes on one screen. I will definitely use this.

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dash:

The Expert…

Does this sound familiar? 

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Email Design: Breaking the Rules

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Travis Buck

Recently, I received an interesting email from J.Crew. It’s in some ways unconventional and goes against one common best practice. Best practice would tell you the call-to-action should be “above the fold”. “The fold”, however, is an antiquated term and hard to define in today’s…

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fastcompany:

Founder Elon Musk revealed SpaceX’s new reusable space taxi, which can fit up to seven astronauts.

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The Google Self-Driving Car Project

The Google Self-Driving Car Project - a public demo. I would try it.

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How and When to Use Symbols in Subject Lines

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There is plenty - and varied - information available on using symbols in subject lines. Below Listrak Account Director Karen DiClemente shares some thoughts and best practices:

When using symbols in subject lines, retailers are primarily trying to drive higher open rates. I encourage ALL…

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Introducing the Cadillac Elmiraj Concept Coupe (by Cadillac)

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automotive-design:

Ford S-MAX Concept 2013 Sketches (by Ford Design Team)

Cool looking vehicle but I hear it’s not for us in the states.

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nasdaq:

Wednesday Wisdom from one of our greatest business leaders.

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Responsive Design: A Few Simple Questions

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By Travis Buck

In case you need more proof why responsive email design is important, take a look at this non-responsive example and ask yourself a few simple questions. Is this email easy to read? What is the call to action? Is this email providing a good experience for the recipient? Odds are your answers are no, I’m not sure and no.

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"Always re-examine and reflect on where you are in your career at least every two years. Even if you’re perfectly happy with your job, the exercise forces you to check that you are actually enjoying your work and learning on the job rather than just being comfortable."

- Successful founders share 4 must-have skills to bolster your career (via fastcompany)
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